The Scottish Government roadmap out of Lockdown sets out a phased route for easing the lockdown restrictions in Scotland. Phase 1 of the roadmap is due to come in to force on Friday 29th of May. Moving to the subsequent phases of easing lockdown will take place once specific criteria around Covid-19 and our ability to manage it have been met. As a result, there are no firm dates yet in place for moving to phase 2, […]Read More
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Update from the Medical Practice Firstly, thank you to everyone for your continued patience with our changed working practices at the surgery. Many will know that when ringing for an appointment with the doctor or nurse, you now get a call back and your appointment may be completed by phone, or if needed we will book you a face to face appointment. It is all a bit slower than usual, and we would ask you […]Read More
Tiree Medical Practice 8th May 2020 Thanks to all for trying as much as possible to stick to the government guidelines on the current COVID 19 lockdown. We wanted to let you know that there has been recent modelling to suggest that there may be a peak in COVID 19 in Scotland in 2 weeks time. We think we are behind the curve in comparison to south of the border. While we appreciate the current […]Read More
Update from Tiree Medical Practice Firstly, we would like to say thank you to a lot of people.Thank you for the very moving and uplifting spectacle of the Tractor Run on Easter Monday. It really proved that Tiree can show unity whilst still staying safely distanced. The Medical Team join you in thanking all the other essential workers on the island, who continue to keep things moving and working safely. We are greatly in all of your […]Read More
Tiree Medical Practice Update Apologies for the long time which has passed since our last update. Firstly, thank you to everyone for the patience and understanding you are showing with our changed service and reduction in face to face consultations. We have had so many messages and gestures of support and kind gifts it would be impossible to list them all, but thank you all. Please don’t feel that you shouldn’t bother us with something […]Read More
As you know, coronavirus is circulating on Tiree. Keeping away from other people is an effective way to reduce the chance of you catching the disease and the chance of you passing it around our community. We are really lucky to have the shops we have on Tiree. But with most meetings and gatherings cancelled, they are one of the few places left on the island where you might bump into someone else. Shopping safely […]Read More
TAIC: Tiree Action in the Community Argyll and Bute Council staff on the island, members of Cùram, the Trust and a number of volunteers have come together to create a safety net called TAIC (taic means ‘help or support’ in Gaelic). This is for people on the island who need to isolate themselves at home for whatever reason during the next few months of the corona virus epidemic. Individuals and families with the disease will […]Read More